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Buffalo Bandits Lacrosse Tickets

Buffalo has a long and storied sports history, and that even includes major league lacrosse. The Buffalo Bandits have been one of the most competitive teams in professional lacrosse over the last 20-plus years, and the teams small, but loyal, fan base clamor to pick up Buffalo Bandits tickets whenever they are in town.

The Bandits can trace their history back to 1992, when they were a member of the now-defunct Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL). Success came quickly for the Bandits, and they captured the championship their first season in the league. The accomplishments did not stop there, as the Bandits captured the next two league championships, and when the MILL became the National Lacrosse League (NLL), the Bandits penchant for winning did not change.

Over the last several years, the Bandits have continued their winning ways, and have also welcomes some of the biggest names in league history. Among their stars is Mark Steenhuis, who is one of the most accomplished players in league history. The Bandits also enjoyed success in the mid-2000s thanks to the goaltending of Steve Dietrich, who was inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2012.

With such a storied history, it's no wonder the Buffalo Bandits have developed a number of heated rivalries with the likes of the Philadelphia Wings and Toronto Rock.